Memory Trail - Schindler's Factory Tickets

Entrance to three museums:

  • Schindler's Factory (Lipowa 4 Street)
  • Eagle's Pharmacy (Plac Bohaterów Getta 18)
  • Pomorska Street (Pomorska 2 Street)
  • Schindler's Factory
    - Monday: 10:00 - 16:00 (first Monday of the month - open until 14:00)
    - Tuesday - Sunday: 09:00 - 20:00
  • Eagle's Pharmacy
    - Monday: 10:00 - 14:00
    - Tuesday - Sunday: 9:00 - 17:00
  • Pomorska Street
    - Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00-17:30


In the history lessons, we learn the most important dates and events. We have a general idea of what happened in Krakow during the occupation. But this is still not enough because the story is hidden in people's everyday lives, their worries, their conversations with each other. Only by getting closer to the participants of those events we can fully understand what they were going through.

A visit to the Schindler's Factory, the Eagle's Pharmacy, and Pomorska Street gives us the opportunity to interact with history and to get to know these stories of ordinary people more deeply. it's basically a history that you can touch and feel.

While being in Krakow, spend some time on discovering this tough card of the city's history. Get to know biographies of two men: Oscar Schindler and pharmacist Tadeusz Pankiewicz - they were both awarded the Righteous Among the Nations medal for helping the Jewish community in Krakow. 

Benefits of the package

  • access to three museums related to the period of World War II,
  • Schindler's Factory - tells the story of Oskar Schindler and illustrates the realities of life in Krakow during the occupation,
  • Eagle's Pharmacy - the perspective of a Pole locked in the Ghetto, who gave a helping hand to the Jewish community.
  • Pomorska Street - the former headquarters of the Gestapo with a tragic reminder of the people imprisoned here - inscriptions scratched on the walls of the prison cells.
  • - 25% savings

Interesting facts

Two Heroes

Oscar Schindler - His connections helped him to hire and protect Jews. At its peak in 1944, the Factory had 1,750 workers, of whom 1,000 were Jews. In order to protect them from deportation and death in Nazi concentration camps, Schindler offered the Nazi officials more and more bribes and luxurious gifts available only on the black market.

Tadeusz Pankiewicz - a pharmacist from Krakow. He applied for the possibility of continuing work in his pharmacy after the establishment of the Krakow ghetto (his pharmacy was located inside the walls of Ghetto). Authorities agreed only because of a possible outbreak of epidemics in the ghetto. Pankiewicz ran a number of illegal activities: he arranged passes, stored valuable items and documents, his pharmacy served as a refuge and a window to the world for the ghetto inhabitants.

Important info

  • You can get to the Museum by public transport - tram stops: Plac Inwalidów (Pomorska Street) / Zabłocie (Schindler's Factory) / Plac Bohaterów Getta (Eagle's Pharmacy)
  • To pick up a ticket to the museums, please visit one of our Tourist Information Points
  • The last entrance to the Schindler's Factory is possible 90 minutes before its closure. In other museums, it is 30 minutes before closing
  • To get a discount, you must show a document confirming the age (students should present a valid student ID)
  • The ticket is valid for 48 hours
  • The ticket is non refundable


Can I visit the Museum on a different day than the date on the voucher?

Sure, you can use the voucher any day after the purchase date.

Can I go straight to the Museum with my voucher?

Unfortunately, in case of this service the visit in our Tourist Information Point is required. You will get your tickets in our office and then you will be allowed to enter Museums.